DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Marte et arte. By war and art. JONES, Creation 1831, of Cranmer Hall, Norfolk. Sir LAWRENCE JOHN JONES, 4th Baronet ; b. Aug. i6th, 1857 ; s. his father, Sir WILLOUGHBY, 1884 ; ed. at Eton. and at Trin. Coll., Camb. (B.A. 1880, M.A. 1883) ; is a J.P. and a County Councillor (Fakenham Div.) for Norfolk, and Capt. 3rd Vol. Batn. Norfolk Regt. : m. 1882, Evelyn Mary, da. of James Johnstone Bevan, Esq., of Northgate House, Bury St. Edmunds, and has issue. $.itrcm of Oiu Jibing Sculthorpe R., Norfolk. ^rms Azure, on a fesse or, tkree grenades fired proper ; in chief a castle, and over it the word " Netherlands " in letters of gold ; in base a ion couchant argent, gorged with a ribbon gules fimbriated azure, therefrom suspended a representation of the gold medal presented to the ist baronet for his services at Badajoz. Crest In front of a castle a lion couchant argent gorged with a wreath of laurel, and pendent therefrom an escutcheon gules charged wih a representation of the Badajoz medal as in the arms. Seat Cranmer Hall, Fakenham, Norfolk. Club Athenasum. Sons living WILLOUGHBY JOHN, 6. March ipth, 1884. Lawrence Evelyn, b. 1885. Bertram Edward, b. 1886. Maurice Herbert, b. 1888. Daughters living Hester Catherine. Another. Brother worth Rectory, Herts. Sisters living Mary Florence. Gertrude Isabel. Maud Emily. WidOW living Of 3rd Baronet EMILY (Lady Jones), da. of Henry Taylor Jones, Esq., of Chatham : in. 1856, Sir Willoughby Jones, 3rd baronet, who d. 1884. Residence, Cranmer Lodge, Camberley, Surrey. The ist baronet, Maj.-Gen. Sir John Thomas, was a distinguished officer of the corps of Royal Engineers. The 2nd baronet was murdered at Macri, in Turkey, 1845. The 3rd baronet sat as INI P. for Cheltenham (C) 1847-8. Jones-Brydges, see Brydges. Jones-Parry, see Parry. Judkin-Fitzgerald, see Fitzgerald. KAY, Creation 1803, of East Sheen, Surrey. Sir BROOK KAY, 4th Baronet ; b. Aug. 8th, 1820 ; s. his father, Sir BROOK, 1866 ; formerly Capt. 6th Bombay N.I. : m. 1853, Eliza, da. of John Percival Willraott, Esq., of AVestbury, near Sherborne. ^rms Argent, on a bend engrailed azure between two griffins' heads erased gules an annulet between two crescents or, on a canton, ermine a martlet sable. Crest ^V griffin's head erased or, gorged with a plain collar azure, charged with three crescents or, in the beak a key in pale, the wards downwards argent. Residence Stanley Lodge, Battledown, Cheltenham. Clul New (Cheltenham). Half-Brothers living WILLIAM ALGERNON, b. May, i8 37 ; ed. at Sherborne Gram. Sch. ; entered 6Sth Regt. 1855, became Capt. 1869, Major 1879, and Lieut.-Col. (retired) 1880 ; served in New Zealand 1864-6 (medal): i. 1869, Emily, da. of the late Thomas James Ireland, Esq., of Ousden Hall, Suffolk, and has issue living, William Algernon Ireland, b. 1876, Annie Evelyn Ireland. Residence, 17, Stanhope Gardens, S.W. Club, Naval and Military Henry Monckton, b. 1839; formerly Col. R. M.L.I. Half-Sisters living Ellen Marie : m. 1877, Col. Samuel Barrett Miles, I.S.C., Resident, Meywar, Rajputana, and has issue living, a son, b. 1879. Residence, The Residency, Oodeypore, Rajputana. Laura Frances : m. 1884, Major James Kentish, who d. 1886, formerly of i4th Hussars, and h^s issue living a son, b. iSiJb. Residence, Baling, W. Fidem parit integritas. Integrity produces trust.
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